Israel “izzy” Feldman passed away today at the age of 86. If you don’t know Izzy, you should. Feldman founded Government Computer News back in 1982 — all 12 pages of it, as reported by Vanessa Roberts, who was a cornerstone of GCN for years.
Whether you want to provide greater value to your customers, or lower the cost of operation, modernizing solves these issues. But where do you start? Here are some viable options that should be considered, including potential costs and benefits.
In this interview with Nebraska CIO, Ed Toner, learn how the state is saving costs and driving efficiencies by using hybrid centralization to consolidate IT.
Generational diversity among our citizens has never been greater and we, as govies, are tasked with providing services to every one of them. When it comes to tech, one size doesn’t fit all and it’s our job to ensure we don’t exclude anyone.
Will governments embrace virtual reality or augmented reality?
Five tips to create a good collaborative environment with your programmers.
In any operating environment, the ability to distill information in real time and communicate clearly across multiple workflows is key to mission success. Government agencies have made strides enabling voice interoperability across teams, yet true interoperability requires more.
Even though the Beaver State might be dealing with these common challenges, there are many IT improvements and innovations underway.
A new cyber executive order signed by President Donald Trump on Thursday makes clear that the heads of government agencies will be held accountable for managing security risks across their organizations.
The best development tool doesn’t have to be the latest.